For the academic year 2020-2021 the school received £21,150 PE and Sports Premium.
For the academic year 2021-2022 the school has been allocated £22,100
How is it spent at Norbreck?
The funding is spent on increasing opportunities for all children. This ambition has been achieved by increasing the amount of time children spend being active during and after the school day with an increase to the amount of sports on offer and the skills training they receive.
To achieve these ambitions, we contract with external companies linked with the who provide us with in-curriculum and out of curriculum activities.
All children from all Key Stages therefore benefit from high level coaching in a range of sports and skills.
The impact of this is that Norbreck children have been and will continue to be up-skilled in their understanding of healthy living and exposed to a wide-range of sports and activities.
Some of the in-curriculum and out of curriculum activities to be delivered by Wyre and Fylde this academic year are:
Other uses of the funding are:
We have extra programmes in school which are offered for free by Blackpool Community Trust such as:
Children take part in competitive events against other schools in the local and wider area including football, netball and athletics. Also, in Year 5, children take part in ‘Bikeability’ cycle training.
The school has been awarded a School Games Bronze Award 2018-19 for its commitment to sport and games.
Swimming and water safety is a statutory part of the National Curriculum, with the aim that by the age of 11 (the end of key stage 2) all pupils should be taught to:
Number of children that have achieved the National Curriculum Key Stage 2 swimming standard:
Year 6 2020-2021
* This figure reflects pool closures during the Covid 19 Pandemic. The school’s normal pass rate is around 86%